Maritiman is a floating maritime museum on the Göta Älv, in Gothenburg, Sweden. The museum's collection comprises 19 vessels, the oldest being HSwMS Sölve from 1875.
All of the vessels are afloat on the river. The collection includes:
Viruthachalampillai Subramanian | Jan 21, 2018
Nice to see entire war ships best for students and young
Magnus Finger | Nov 4, 2017
Bring your kids - and yourself! Interesting out of seeing how marine vessels look like but also GREAT fun, no matter what age! :)
Dominik Hastrich | Sep 8, 2017
Interesting combination of several ships which you can explore, e.g. submarine, lighthouse ship. The audio guide available as an app is quite good (used for German). Definitely worth a visit.
Fabian Wiemer | Aug 22, 2017
Great place for anyone who is slightly interested in ships or submarines or whoever wants to experience how small and dense it is inside in one of either. Not recommended for people with disabilities or who can not climb well as there is a lot of stairs and ladders to climb.
Héctor Corte León | Sep 24, 2017
Had a great time, however, more informative panels are welcome. The submarine is off limits unfortunately.
Raphael Majeed | Apr 27, 2018
Spent three hours there and it was very interesting. Some passages may be difficult to walk, especially in the submarine and in the bottom of the destroyer.. but you can also skip these.
Igor Netto | Apr 30, 2018
Real fun over dismissed boats and submarine. It isn't fancy, but it's great fun for children.
Cathrine Sundström Zimonyi | Apr 8, 2018
Ok museum if you are interested in boats. My kids liked it but quickly ran through all of it in less than an hour.
Anurag | Apr 7, 2018
Cool river front with lots of different small ships and frigates in row.
Алена Вишина | Apr 14, 2018
It's a really cool place, you can even get into a submarine:)
Nicolas Zimmermann | May 10, 2018
Amazing tour, took about 2 hours. Mostly for visiting the hudge destroyer from about 1960. However it might be difficult for old/very young/fat people to move around, there are a lot of sharp stair cases and ladder for the submarine. You can still visit the other boata that are easier but it's far less interesting...
Yeheshan de Silva | May 12, 2018
Got an opportunity to climb on board a Nevy Distroyer and submarine!!
Loy Kymar | Jun 17, 2018
Well worth a visit. 6-7 boats you can explore plus a submarine. If you got small kids (mine is three) its possible to get on the boats but its not as easy possible to get into the submarine as its strait down ladders but its still worth it. We really enjoyed it and will be back when we visit Göteborg again 👍 When you done with the boats or before, there is a restaurant on the way out or in it depends on how you see it 😝 But one thing of importance, if you are a wheelchair users you will be still able to visit the restaurant but the boats are not going to work for you, as they have a lot of steep stairs. Same for people with walking disabilities but you might be able to have a look at 2-3 boats but not at the "main" attractions the destroyer nor the submarine.
John Neiberger | Jul 2, 2018
This was a really cool place! My kids and I loved it. It can be a little tricky navigating some of the tight portals and stairs, but otherwise it is a wonderful look into maritime life, particularly in the military.
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